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Norfolk star Alfie Hewett wants to reclaim his number one ranking, win gold medals at the 2020 Olympics in Japan and claim all the major grand slam titles going.

Find out about Joe’s many achievements, from working on the Spitfire to hand-printing books.

With building work almost complete on the new children’s hospice for Norfolk staff have spoken of how it will transform their work ahead of a colourful fundraising celebration.

After Sir Andy Murray’s emotional press conference when he announced he would be retiring from tennis, TalkSport presenter and former Ipswich player Alan Brazil had a bit to say about the sportsman’s tears.

When Swaffham Rotary Club was founded by a group of like-minded local people in 1969, it had just a handful of members, with local bank manager Ken Reeve appointed president.

Opinion New Year’s Eve... what a yawn

Monday, December 31, 2018

No enthusiasm for seeing in the new year? Me neither.

George Vestey Suffolk High Sheriff talks to Gina Long MBE about the things he loves (and hates) about East Anglia and the worst moment of his life - at Lords cricket ground

Norwich-based subsea services company Acteon Group has bought corrosion specialist Deepwater Corrosion Services Inc.

Local keeper Kieran Lambourne is helping England set a World Cup alight again.

Having enjoyed a strong 2017, emerging market equities have been firmly out of favour this year on the back of persistently negative news flows relating to economic, political and market developments.

He’s just finished seventh in one of the world’s most gruelling physical challenges – but Joe Skipper is convinced he can go faster.

Join an explosion of blues in Norwich and Norfolk this month as the fifth Fine City Blues Festival gets underway.

The red carpet has been rolled out in Great Yarmouth again to welcome the arrival of a second giant cruise ship and its hundreds of American passengers.

Winning a second career Grand Slam singles title completed a ‘near-perfect’ fortnight for Alfie Hewett in the USA.

John Piper was one of Benjamin Britten’s favourite artists and worked closely with the composer. As Arts editor Andrew Clarke discovers Thompson’s Gallery is bringing some of his distinctive work back to Suffolk

Can we live without olive oil and sprouts at Christmas? Of course we can.

A burgeoning Norfolk tech company which has worked with NASA and the UK government is ready to progress further after establishing its first headquarters.

The Mercedes-Benz A-Class really rises to the challenge of being the premium compact car benchmark with big-car quality, technology, comfort and safety. Motor editor Andy Russell enjoys the wow factor.

In a case that is likely to cost thousands, a council has taken a Traveller leader to court for trespassing on land he has lived on for years.

When it’s sultry we need something chilled to take the edge off the heat and humidity. Steven Russell asked bars, cafes and hotels to nominate their coolest cocktails. Plus a cheeky one at the end… Ballingaddy Gold? White Lady? What would you go for?

The gala premiere of this year’s summmer circus was a triple celebration.

It’s been a rather eventful seven days covering the World Cup for our regular Norwich City photographer Paul Chesterton, who witnessed England’s semi-final heartbreak – and veered off the beaten path.

Southampton have signed former Norwich number one Angus Gunn in the belief he will become a fully fledged England international.

Southampton are closing in on a deal to sign Angus Gunn from Manchester City.

As England prepare for Wednesday’s crunch semi-final with Croatia, a Three Lions fan from Norfolk has described the atmosphere on rival ground.

Steve Downes talks football, Brexit and national pride.

In part three of his World Cup diary our Norwich City photographer Paul Chesterton re-lives what it was like to witness England’s shootout win in Russia

Ahead of England’s big match against Sweden at the World Cup, David Freezer caught up with a Norfolk-raised footballer who will have a unique view of the quarter-final

As the World Cup creeps towards the closing stages, a children’s charity is auctioning memorabilia signed by some of the greats to have graced the tournament down the years.

Which one of these five players is England’s greatest left-back of all time?

As the latest Norwich City kit is unveiled, S is for shirts in our alternative A-Z series. David Freezer looks back on some memorable City strips.

It’s been a busy couple of weeks for our Norwich City photographer Paul Chesterton and his son, Dan, out at the World Cup but they’re loving they’re Russian adventures – even if it’s not all been smooth sailing...

The former High Sheriff of Norfolk has completed a 1,500 mile trek, and has described the “determination, stubbornness, and courage” he has witnessed along the way.

Which one of these four players is England’s greatest attacking midfielder of all time?

The World Cup is in full swing and there has already been plenty of drama to be discussed as Russia 2018 moves towards the knockout stages.

Southampton are reportedly in talks with Manchester City to sign former Norwich City loan keeper Angus Gunn in a deal worth around £15million.

Gareth Southgate’s promising young England side look ready to make a mark on the world stage and help atone for the disappointments of recent tournaments.

With a reported three million pre-order sales, Nigeria’s kit is this summer’s standout design, but where does it sit amongst the greatest World Cup kits of all time?

Pelé or Baggio? Batistuta or Maradona? Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi? Thomas or Gerd Müller? Which legend has found the net the most times at World Cup tournaments?

From They Think It’s All Overs to Hands of God, eighteen-year-old solos and eight-second openers by San Marino, let it never be said that England’s participation in the World Cup has been boring.

Internationally renowned as the leading light in stained glass, a glorious colourful new exhibition in Norwich of works by artist Brian Clarke sees him continuing to push the boundaries of the centuries-old art form. Simon Parkin reports.

Tens of millions will be gambled on the outcome of the World Cup, from the outright winners to the number of times Neymar spits during a game, but who do you think will lift the trophy?

When Evelyn Smith founded the Canaan Christian Centre at Sheringham in 1978, she realised her childhood dream of devoting her life to supporting needy children and families. Now celebrating the centre’s 40th anniversary, Miss Smith spoke to KAREN BETHELL about her past achievements and her hopes for the future.

If you’re searching for a winner, on the football pitch or the stock market, invest in blue-chip stock. You really cannot go too far wrong, reckons Peter Sharkey

From the Tango to the Jubulani, how many footballs from World Cup history can you identify correctly?

Norfolk will be doubly represented at this week’s BNP Paribas World Team Cup in Apeldoorn, with Norwich’s Ben Bartram selected to make his wheelchair tennis debut for Great Britain alongside Cantley’s world number Alfie Hewett.

With the deadline looming for the 2018-19 cohort, DAVID FREEZER finds out more about the Norfolk Sports Academy and the athletes who have benefited from the project since its launch two years ago.

Angus Gunn will cap an impressive season at Norwich City by linking up with England’s pre-World Cup training camp.

The presenting teams have been revealed for football’s greatest tournament as the best players across the globe prepaer to descend on Russia for the FIFA World Cup 2018. But which channel will kick off the action for England?

Two Champions League winners are among five additions as Inter Forever finalise their squad to face Norwich City Legends at Carrow Road on Sunday.

Angus Gunn is the focus as Group Football Editor Paddy Davitt kicks off our summer series looking at what the future holds for the key men who were part of Daniel Farke’s squad last season.

An East Anglian brewer is hoping to score a winner after teaming up with world breweries to create a beer to celebrate the FIFA World Cup.

It gripped Sunday night audiences with its chilling portrait of global crime, now Misha Glenny, the journalist and author behind McMafia is coming to the region to share his story and the real stories that inspired it. Simon Parkin spoke to him.

As Norfolk Day approaches dozens of events are planned across a variety of communities. This week we focus on two special beers being brewed for the day.

Should Britain stay in a customs union with the Europe? Or walk away?

Get your coffee fix during UK Coffee Week from one of these artisanal local producers.

Heavy rain has led to Burnham Market International Horse Trials being called off.

It’s almost a year since Jonathan Hamilton had pioneering stem cell therapy to try and halt - and perhaps even reverse - the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis.

After an eight year struggle with Alzheimer’s Prof Roy Davies OBE, a former Dean of Biology at UEA and deputy director of the John Innes Institute, has died aged 85.

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